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Coronavirus

Man Volunteers to Be Injected With COVID-19 to Help Speed Vaccine

A 23-year-old man has volunteered to help others by allowing himself to be injected with COVID-19, in the hopes of speeding up a vaccine for the virus.
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Harvard Creates Color-Coded Real-Time COVID-19 Map

Harvard University has released a new interactive map with live time data intended to help the public and policymakers assess the threat or risk level of COVID-19 in their communities.
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Should We Be Wearing Face Masks or Face Shields?

With mask requirements in place in various places across the country, many are opting for plastic face shields instead. But is there a rhyme or reason to which is better?
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Will Parents Have to Choose Between Jobs and Kids if Schools Don't Reopen?

As coronavirus cases continue to spike across the country, many schools are grappling with what reopening will look like when school starts back up again in the fall.
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‘Costco Karen’ Throws Temper Tantrum Over Being Asked to Wear Face Mask

A ‘Costco Karen’ threw a massive tantrum for being told to wear a face mask. The woman decided to create a sit-in-protest after refusing to wear a mask.
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Woman Used Her Stimulus Check to Make 400 Lasagnas for Her Neighbors

Many people have used their stimulus checks for paying bills and living costs, but one woman in Washington is doing something unique. She used her check to make lasagna.
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Poll: 1 in 3 Americans Want to Move to Less Populated Areas Because of Pandemic

A recent Harris Poll shows one-third of Americans, including older Americans, are considering moving to less populated areas because of the pandemic. But some experts suggest that may not be a good idea.
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Health Officials Urge People to Be Responsible, Cautious of Virus This Fourth of July

The Fourth of July weekend is here, and health officials warn people to stay vigilant and limit the risk of spreading the coronavirus even more.
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Answering Your Questions About the Rise in COVID-19 Cases

KCBS took a look at the rising cases across the country and ways we can all limit the spread of disease with Dr. Peter Chin-Hong, infectious disease specialist at UCSF.
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Nick Cordero's Wife Says He May Need a Double Lung Transplant to Recover From COVID-19

Amanda Kloots is giving a health update on her husband, Nick Cordero, revealing that he would likely need a double lung transplant to heal from his lengthy battle with COVID-19. Read the full story now.
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